Phantom of The Opera Tickets and Show Schedule
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The Phantom of the Opera needs no introduction to the theater buffs. With its 7,486th performance on January 9, 2006, it surpassed Cats to become the longest running show in the history of Broadway. As of November 12, 2006, The Broadway show has performed 7,837 performances, with the 2nd longest running show behind it – Les Misérables – with only 6,680 performances. Composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber, The Phantom of the Opera is based on Gaston Leroux’s novel by the same name.
The production has performed in more than a hundred cities in over 22 countries, and has been seen by more than 100 million people, grossing over US $3.3 billion. On Broadway alone, this fantastic musical has grossed over $600 million, with more than 11 million people attending its performances - making it the most financially successful show in the history of Broadway!
Directed by Hal Prince and choreographed by Gillian Lynne, it reviewed on January 9, 1988 and opened at the Majestic Theater on January 26, 1988. It was nominated for eleven Tony Awards and won seven, for: Best Musical, Leading Actor in a Musical - Michael Crawford, Featured Actress in a Musical - Judy Kaye, Director - Hal Prince, Best Sets - Maria Bjornson, Best Costumes - Maria Bjornson, and Best Lighting - Andrew Bridge. It also won the 1988 Drama Desk Awards in seven categories. The Story – In Brief
The story of a Phantom – hideously deformed – who hangs about in the misty catacombs beneath the Opera House, terrorizing people. The Phantom falls in love with the young soprano – Christie. He teaches Christie to sing beautifully, nurturing her talents by employing all skills at his disposal. The Phantom declares his love for her. She rebuffs his love and Raoul – her childhood friend whom she loves, intervenes. There is no limit to the Phantom’s revenge. In the climax, the Phantom offers Christie a choice: either to stay with him forever, or he kills Raoul. Tickets
Whether it is your first time, or the tenth time to see this longest running show on Broadway, you will always be enchanted by it. The very fact that it has had a long run of more than 18 years - and still going strong - speaks for itself. The Phantom of the Opera tickets are always at a premium, and not easy to come by.
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